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Perceptive Informatics Chairman and CEO of PAREXEL Josef H. von Rickenbach
Josef H. von Rickenbach
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    This Company Will Self-Destruct in 5...4...3...2...

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    Former Employee - Platform Services  in  Billerica, MA
    Former Employee - Platform Services in Billerica, MA

    I worked at Perceptive Informatics full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Ability to work from home when needed, depending on the relationship with your manager. Plenty of work - you won't be bored. On the other hand, you can never catch your breath and step out of your cube. I often didn't speak to another person (outside of IM, emails, and online meetings) for days at a time. Decent benefits package. Casual dress code.

    Cons

    Low morale. Ineffective management. Training is a farce. Little to no direction on a regular basis. When direction is provided, it is vague. They sell products that do not go through rigorous QA testing. Typically, the first project sold using the newest technology is the guinea pig, leading to delays and profit loss as the "bugs" are figured out. High staff turnover due to burnout. It is rare to find anyone to take ownership when issues arise. The company is reactive versus proactive in terms of problem-solving. Band-aid solutions instead of addressing and fixing the problem at it's source. Salaries are below industry average. Horrific office politics - the worst I have seen in my career.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If you are a manager, effect change. You are in a position to be heard. PI has the potential to be a great company if you would get out of your own way and listen to the people that are in the trenches. Lead by example.

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